Rainy Day Visitors

Yesterday was a raw, rainy day. Yet, I still found opportunities to take pictures from the comfort of home.

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Rain didn’t keep the chickadees away. The kitchen window is the perfect spot for bird watching.

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This blue jay always visits alone. Aren’t his colors gorgeous?

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While snuggled up on the sofa watching a movie, I saw a trio of deer looking in the window at me.

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Of course I had to pause the movie to snap more pictures before the dog scared them off.

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This is another benefit to thinning out the woods – it’s much easier to see the wildlife wandering through. Of course I might not be so thrilled in the spring when I’m back in garden mode.

 

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2 Responses to Rainy Day Visitors

  1. Dad says:

    Nice job dropping the tree. It needed to be done. You’ll be a lot safer and have more wood for your boiler.

    That doe appeared to have a lot of meat on it. If doe are in season and you had a heavy rifle you could have had
    meat for the winter.

    • sjbennett says:

      Dad, although it’s hunting season, there will be no deer hunting by this family! I just don’t have it in me.

      Some of the wood went to the boiler, but a good bit of the trunk is thick and straight so we’re saving those lengths for the saw mill.

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